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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: This team is a legitimate AFC South contender

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Jacksonville Jaguars showing they are legitimate AFC South contenders -
Three weeks into the 2017 season and the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) have delivered two dominating performances, including Sunday's 44-7 rout of Baltimore in London’s Wembley Stadium.

In each case, they perfectly followed the plan that executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin and head coach Doug Marrone want: Run the ball, minimize Blake Bortles' mistakes, pressure the opposing quarterback and force turnovers.

Blake Bortles doesn’t know who Freddie Mercury is -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are 2-1 but their season will likely be coming to a screeching halt due to a potentially career-ending development with quarterback Blake Bortles:

He doesn’t know who Freddie Mercury is.

Jacksonville Jaguars using revitalized Blake Bortles, smothering defense to win games -
Jalen Ramsey knew the Baltimore Ravens were considered to have one of the better defenses in the NFL. Five turnovers in consecutive games to open the season will earn a team that reputation.

But Ramsey, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ second-year cornerback, also knew his team could be a physically imposing, dominating unit.

“We aren’t really worried about the external things too much, but to say that it didn’t motivate us — it did,” said Ramsey, who had one of two interceptions in the Jaguars’ 44-7 victory over the Ravens on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.